Circular Economy Club Liverpool City Region (CEC LCR) is a chapter of CEC Global, currently organised by Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA).
It is a group for circular leaders to bring the circular economy to life in their cities, universities, hubs and companies.
We believe the circular economy is an important way of helping tackle climate change, reducing waste and reducing our carbon emissions. CEC LCR is open to anyone interested in circular economy, sustainability and environmental issues.
There is no cost to becoming a member, you will receive our Circular Liverpool City Region newsletter, invitations to events, meetings and networking opportunities. CEC LCR is focused on action and we hope members will find common goals and opportunities in the group to develop circular initiatives and projects.
MRWA is committed to promoting circular economy and collaborating with partners to deliver circular solutions that support the local authority. Promoting a circular Liverpool City Region is an important part in changing consumer behaviours, reducing waste in LCR, and tackling the 45% of emissions from producing cars, clothes, food and products we use every day (Ellen MacArthur Foundation, 2019, ‘Completing the Picture’).
For more information and to join the Circular Economy Club, visit the Zero Waste Liverpool City Region website.